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2011 Summer Product List

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Nourishing CreamIngredients: apricot kernel oil, beeswax, cocoa butter, aloe vera gel, distilled water, calendula flowers, vitamin E oil, lavender essential oil

Non-toxic & safe, this cream is created with organic oils, local beeswax, and locally harvested calendula flowers. It is excellent for soothing & mending skin that is inflamed or dry.

Calendula is great for soothing any kind of inflammation or skin irritation and is astringent, antiseptic and antibacterial. Recommended for those with eczema and other skin sensitivities, it works wonderfully on diaper rash, minor cuts and scrapes, and on the face and body for replenishing extra-dry skin.

Green Tea & Aloe Sunburn Mist
Ingredients: aloe vera, witch hazel, green tea, lavender essential oil

This soothing mist relieves inflammation & discomfort from sunburn, acne, & over exposure to the elements.
Lavender has anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties and is great for soothing sunburns. Green tea also works to relieve sunburns and the antioxidants in this herb help heal skin damage caused by ultraviolet rays.

Jewelweed SalveIngredients: Jewelweed, olive oil, beeswax, Vitamin E

Our Jewelweed Salve for Poison Ivy, Oak or Sumac, made from fresh Jewelweed harvested locally each spring, local beeswax, and organic olive oil.
Jewelweed is actually a member of the impatiens family and is often found growing right next to poison ivy. Jewelweed Salve provides immediately relief from itching and irritation.
Please store in a cool, dry place. For external use only. Please do not use any salve on deep wounds.

Healing Violet and Plantain SalveIngredients: beeswax, coconut oil, jojoba oil, Vitamin E oil, plantain, violet, St. John’s Wort, tea tree and lavender essential oil

This salve is made in small batches from freshly harvested plantain leaves, violet leaves, and St. John’s Wort flowers, organic oils, and local beeswax.
It can be used externally on dry, chapped skin, rashes, eczema, burns, scrapes, bug bites, or any mild skin irritations or inflammation.
Plantain has been used topically to aid in the healing of inflammation, minor scrapes and bruising for centuries. Violet leaf is antiseptic and highly demulcent, which means that it contains significant amounts of mucilage that help soothe the skin, reducing inflammation, redness, and cooling irritated tissue. St. John’s Wort helps treat minor wounds and burns and prevents scarring and is effective topically against viruses, bacteria and infections.
Please store in a cool, dry place. For external use only. Please do not use any salve on deep wounds.

Honey Beeswax Lip BalmIngredients: beeswax, apricot kernel oil, coconut oil, honey

Soothing lip balm made with organic oils, local beeswax and honey. Use on your lips to heal chapping, keep lips moist, and provide your lips with a protective barrier to the elements. Sold in a tin or tube.

Insect Away SprayIngredients: witch hazel, citronella, lemon eucalyptus, peppermint, lemongrass, and geranium essential oils

Chemical-free bug spray safe for children & adults. Use to discourage most bugs and insects like ants, flies, mosquitoes, spiders, and ticks. Keep them from landing or crawling onto treated surfaces by spraying areas you wish to protect such as ankles, legs, neck, arms, and even clothing. Reapply at least every 3 hours.

Facial Grains Scrub & MaskIngredients: finely ground rolled oats, cornmeal, clay, lavender, rose, and calendula petals

These organic cleansing grains are suitable for all skin types and will nourish and improve surface circulation. This gentle exfoliate will loosen and lift the dead cells from the surface leaving your skin smooth and soft. These grains may also be used as a mask when combined with yogurt or honey.
Take a tablespoon in the palm of one hand and add a little bit of warm water to form a creamy paste. Gently massage into wet face avoiding eye area. Gently wipe away with damp face cloth, rinse face, and pat dry with soft towel.

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